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DIRECTORY OF FINANCE APPS

Welcome to our directory of personal finance apps! Covering the best apps in saving, budgeting, cashback, rewards, net worth tracking, and more - as recommended by our financial blogging community (and continually updated). Click on any category to sort, or use our "search" feature below to help you find a specific app. If you're a $$$ blogger and want to recommend any other apps not listed (or want to chime in with thoughts on those that are) take our poll here and we'll be sure to incorporate it. Hope this helps!
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Filtering on category: Budgeting
Showing 13 apps (filtered from 55 total apps)
App Summary
Mint [ Free ]
Now over a decade old with 20 million users, Mint is the OG of financial technology and designed to help you track all of your finances in one main app. Mint automatically imports all of your transactions, categorizes them for you, displays pretty graphs highlighting trends in your spending and income, sets up alerts to detect anomalies in your financial patterns, and tracks not only your bills and credit score, but also that magical number that counts the most: your net worth. A great app to start with if you're new to managing your money.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

| Rockstar Review | Categories: Budgeting, Money Management, Net Worth
YNAB (You Need A Budget) [ Free for 34 days, then $4.17/mo ]
YNAB is the ultimate app/software for budgeting. With a huge fan base and following, they've made the process of budgeting as easy and streamlined as possible - all aligned with their 4 Rules to finance: Give Every Dollar a Job, Embrace Your True Expenses, Roll With the Punches, and Age Your Money (i.e. being 30 days ahead). While their mantra is based on *manually* budgeting for ultimate effect, they have incorporated automation - particularly around importing transactions.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

| Rockstar Review | Categories: Budgeting, Money Management, Net Worth
EveryDollar [ Free // Premium version $10.00/mo ]
EveryDollar is Financial expert Dave Ramsey's budgeting app based on his Baby Steps in knocking out debt and building wealth. It follows the zero-based budgeting approach, and includes quick views for what money is planned, what money has been spent, and how much money remains. Free version requires manual entries of transactions, or upgrade to EveryDollar Plus to have them automatically imported from your bank for $10.00/mo.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Budgeting
Quicken [ Free // Requires subscription to Quicken desktop software ]
An easy way to stay connected to your money if you're a Quicken user. View your personal finance information while traveling, sync your checking, savings, credit card and investment accounts anytime, anywhere, update accounts with new transactions as you're on the go or traveling, and even snap a picture of your receipts for archiving later.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Budgeting, Money Management
Learnvest [ Free // Pro version available for direct access to your own financial planner ]
LearnVest is a program for your money. Their mission is to make financial planning affordable, accessible, and "even delightful." Track your budget, set your goals, and get articles full of advice. You can also work with a LearnVest Planner to get dedicated help achieving your goals. (Available only on iPhone/iPad)
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Investing, Budgeting, Money Management
Honeyfi [ Free ]
Honeyfi is a free app that makes it easy to manage money and budget as a couple (the first financial app "designed from the ground up for couples" actually, according to them). Just link up your accounts to the app, choose what to share with your partner, and then see your household finances organized and neatly categorized all in one place. Honeyfi will also suggest household budget ideas based on your previous spending, and allow you to custom edit everything as well.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Money Management, Budgeting
Famzoo [ Free for 1 month // Varied monthly fee or prepaid afterwards ]
FamZoo helps parents teach their children good personal finance habits. Set up your own online Virtual Family Bank to manage your kid’s allowances, chores, budgets, goals, loans, spending, saving, charitable giving, and much more. Start simple with young kids, and add sophistication as your children mature through their tween and teen years.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Money Management, Budgeting, Saving, Sending/Receiving Money
Clarity Money [ Free ]
An app that provides an overall picture of your finances, as well as help with budgeting and getting your spending in check. Unlike with Mint or Personal Capital, you can transfer money straight to savings through Clarity, as well as activate their bill lowering services to help shave down expenses super easily too. All through your mobile phone.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

| Rockstar Review | Categories: Budgeting, Cutting Expenses, Money Management
Thrifty [ Free ]
Thrifty is a personal finance app designed for people who want to *really* understand their finances. Track your income, taxes, and expenses super simply using this app, and then use what you learn to improve your habits!
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Budgeting, Money Management
Goodbudget [ Free // Option to upgrade to Goodbudet Plus for $6/mo or $50/year ]
Goodbudget is a personal finance app for budget planning and money management. Based on the envelope budgeting method using virtual envelopes instead of physical ones, Goodbudget is perfect for sharing a budget with a spouse, family member, or friend. Sync across multiple devices including iPhones, other smartphones, and the web.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Budgeting, Money Management
iXpenseIt [ $4.99 one-time purchase ]
iXpenseIt simplifies daily expense tracking and monthly budgeting. You can record expenses anywhere, anytime within seconds, store photo receipts quickly, and customize your personal and business expenses with easy to understand reports. (Available on iPhone only)
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Budgeting, Money Management
Tiller [ Free for 30 days, then $5.00/mo ]
Tiller automatically pulls your banking transactions into a Google Sheet, making budgeting with a spreadsheet easier than ever. You can then add spending categories, categorize each transaction, and of course track your net worth among other financial tasks. Our blogger friend Kathleen Celmins said it best: "It’s as if Mint and Google spreadsheets had a baby, and the genes from Google were a lot stronger." :)
| Rockstar Review | Categories: Budgeting
MoneyStrands [ Free ]
MoneyStrands was born out of the idea that finances shouldn’t be so complicated to manage. This free app is built to help you track your cash, credit cards, and checking accounts easier and in a more visual way (it's loaded with beautiful charts and graphs that display your finances). The goal is to help you effortlessly and securely control your money, achieve your financial goals, and start making smarter budgeting decisions.
Categories: Budgeting